Immaculate Kizza teaches UHON 3519 – Topics in Non-Western Culture: African Women Writers and Feminist Discourse. She specializes in African literature, the slave narrative tradition, and British
modernism. Her current research interests include the slave narrative tradition, the
African oral tradition, and inter-textual threads in African and African American
Literatures. Among Dr. Kizza’s awards are a NEH Summer Seminar, a Fulbright-Hayes,
and a Horace J. Traylor Minority Leadership Award. She was also named Outstanding
Teacher by the University of Tennessee National Alumni Association.